People will always need suits

January 26, 2021 2:38 am


Whilst the world may well have become a lot more informal in its dress code the wearing of suit for work and certain formal occasions is still expected. Unless things get even more laid back this isn’t going to change anytime soon. Unless, of course, you have a slacker themed wedding, which sounds like something out of “Don’t tell the bride”. You could try and get away with a stylish Mens Ralph Lauren Sweater like those that you find in EJ Menswear but the facts are the facts when it comes to suits.

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You may have been born with a body type that simply does not “suit” the suit. That won’t make you longer or shorter for any amount of time in the gym, but there are ways to dress that encourage you to reveal your best self. When buying a suit, practical tailoring is your best asset which will make it so much easier to choose the perfect dress for your body type.

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If you are short, don’t despair – it’s easy to come across suits that offer the appearance of height. Linear suits that build the impression of one long line from head to toe are what you need to look for. Add a deep V cut jacket and jeans with a waist that is slightly higher and add a few inches to your look. Make sure they are not too heavy if you go for pinstripes; otherwise, they will weigh you down.


Larger males are gradually being catered to. You should not shy away from smart tailoring if you are on the larger side, as it can be your companion. To contour your form and create the appearance of a slimmer, taller build, you can use your suit in much the same way as a short man would.